Yale University Mulls Bioinformatics Curriculum | GenomeWeb

NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec 8 - Yale University is considering putting together a formal bioinformatics curriculum, a computer science professor at the university said on Friday.

“The resources are all there. It’s just a question of pulling them all together,” the professor said.

Currently, several departments within the university are cooperating to meet the needs of students interested in bioinformatics.

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